The ominous and long awaited new record from Phoenix, Arizona’s Greeley Estates hits shelves today, brought to you by Tragic Hero Records. The Death of Greeley Estates has been hailed as the perfect blend of old and new material from the band, who has been a consistent and ever evolving force in the scene for almost a decade. Despite the foreboding album title, Greeley Estates’ offering is a powerful statement showing the world that they aren’t going away any time soon.

“With each successive release, Phoenix’s Greeley Estates have honed their anger and chops, and delivered a consistently harder, more aggressive sound. The Death of Greeley Estate continues this tradition.”

Alternative Press

The Death of Greeley Estates rips and tears in a familiar fashion but accomplishes the arduous goal of attention keeping continuity. This record will wreck you…in the best of ways.”

Hopecore.com Magazine

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Catch Greeley Estates alongside Life on Repeat, Everyone Dies in Utah and The Plot in You wrapping up their summer headliner

Aug 09 Club Relevant Virginia Beach, VA

Aug 10 The Brewery Raleigh, NC

Aug 11 Ground Zero Spartanburg, SC

Aug 12 The 567 Macon, GA

Aug 13 The 7 Venue Douglasville, GA

Aug 14 The Pit Jacksonville, FL

Aug 16 Propaganda Lake Worth, FL

Aug 17 The Orpheum Tampa, FL

Aug 18 1982 Bar Gainesville, FL

Aug 19 Handlebar Pensacola, FL

Aug 21 Warehouse Live Studio Houston, TX

Aug 22 Emo’s Inside Austin, TX

Aug 23 Eisenbergs Plano, TX

Aug 24 Jakes Lubbock, TX

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